Monthly Archives: September 2011
While at UNCG’s homecoming festivities this past weekend, there were people of all ages climbing the rock wall, but this youngster made it up and down several times (perhaps the Crocs helped), and he finally decided to take 5 and … Continue reading
I happened to be “painting with light” on another object in the house and decided to move on to this one. My Dad has been carving and whittling away at chunks of wood, large and small, for decades so my … Continue reading
Things don’t change too much over 40 years….. the car doesn’t have chrome bumpers and the flower isn’t a pink or orange 6-petal stick-um slapped on the outside, but hey, even on a rainy day…. (I’m just wondering – these … Continue reading
During a photo shoot at Gate City Yarns on So. Elm St. in downtown Greensboro, I couldn’t resist the color here and the fact that they were stored nicely in one of those old antique tubs. (RGBCMYK rocks!)
If you want to enjoy this ride, it takes an extra few minutes before you shove off. While the raft gets lowered into the gorge, you’re hiking on a trail to meet the raft at a launch site on the … Continue reading
Due to the unusually hot summer, it was an earlier-than-normal harvesting year at the Stonefield Cellars winery and vineyard in Stokesdale, NC. But owner and master winemaker, Robert Wurz, was still able to locate a few grapes from the vine on … Continue reading
We met some Raleigh friends for lunch in Hillsborough. Had never been there before, but I’ve always enjoyed strolling along any town’s “Main St” throughout the country. Loved the paint color on this building and used some HDR toning.
Playing around with infrared filters yesterday proved to be one tough concept to grasp, but I was able to eke out a nice surprise (other than cropping, no Photoshop edits). This late afternoon shot was taken with a Fuji … Continue reading
Hot afternoon downtown, lunch hour, standing on the corner in the shade, throat feeling parched… anyone getting thirsty?